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GUERNICAPABLO PICASSO
“ART IS A LIE THAT MAKES US REALIZE THE TRUTH”      BY PABLO PICASSO
Pablo Picasso(25th October 1881 – 8th April 1973)
• Blue Period works  are mostly tragic.• Most of the paintings  are of beggars and  rich families.• Elongation of figures ...
• This period shows  more compositional  strength.• Figures have more  solidity , whist  retaining both charm  and simplic...
• Representation of   human in carving   and ritual masks.THE AFRICAN PERIOD(1906-1909)
•   Developed along with    Georges Barque using    monochrome    brownish and neutral    colors.•   Took apart objects   ...
• Created in response to the bombing of Guernica on 26th April  1937.• A total of 29 planes carrying 250 kilo’s of bomb we...
DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE PAINTING
• A woman holding  her child killed in  war.• The bull symbolizing  General Franco.THE BULL, WOMANAND CHILD
• The center is   occupied by a horse   falling in agony as it   had just been run   through by a spear.THE CENTRALPYRAMID
• Showing defeat and death.• Stigma sign on the hand symbolizes pain.THE FALLEN WARRIOR - A
• Broken sword again showing defeat.• Flower rising from the hand symbolizes that there is still some hope left.THE FALLEN...
• A woman, raising  her arms in terror is  entrapped by fire  from above and  below.THE FALLINGWOMAN
• A woman who is  trying to run away  but is being held  back.THE FLEEING WOMAN
• A woman floating  in from the outside  , holding the candle  of hope and  challenging the  light of the bulb.THE WOMAN W...
THE HUMAN SKULL   THE BULL HEADTHE TWO HIDDEN IMAGES
• The sign of Illuminati’s visible when the hidden lines are emphasized.• Also the bulb represents the all seeing eye and ...
• Possible exit on the extreme left side begin guarded by the bull.• Apertures as exits or for lights.POSSIBLE ENTRIES AND...
• The attention to detail.• Relaxed hands can be seen of the fleeing woman cause she sense there is  still some hope.• Han...
• Re-creating the whole scenario of the event.• The sounds coming from figures enhancing the agony and pain. SOUNDS FROM T...
• The concept of cubism used in this painting.• Creating all the figures and objects from basic shapes.• Creating shapes w...
IMPACT OF BLACK ON WHITE AND WHITE ON BLACK
DIG         FOOD & WINEUSE OF NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE SPACES
FLIGHT FINDER      CIRCUS OF MAGAZINES  CREATING AN IMAGE WITHIN AN IMAGE
USE OF SYMBOLISM IN ARCHITECTURE
• The literal use of lotus flower can be seen easily here.SYMBOLISM IN LITERRAL SENSE
• The use of star is  not visible here but  is being used  figuratively and is  hidden within this  pentagon.SYMBOLISM IN ...
USE OF CUBISM IN ARCHITECTURE
The Nursing home by    Aires Mateus     Architects
USE OF NEGATIVE ANDPOSTIVE IN ARCHITECTURE
LIGHT IN NEGATIVE  AND POSITIVE
FORM IN NEGATIVE  AND POSITIVE
TADAO ANDO – CHURCH OF LIGHT
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
THE NELSON-ATKINS MUSEUM OF ART
SPACE IN NEGATIVE  AND POSTIVE
La Muralla Roja by Ricardo Bofill
CONCLUSION  “IF WE START PAYING THIS MUCH ATTENTION TO DETAIL AS MUCH AS    PICASSO DID AND THE WAY HE IMPLEMENTED HIS IDE...
Guernica By Pablo Picasso
Guernica By Pablo Picasso
Guernica By Pablo Picasso
Guernica By Pablo Picasso
Guernica By Pablo Picasso
Guernica By Pablo Picasso
Guernica By Pablo Picasso
Guernica By Pablo Picasso
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Guernica By Pablo Picasso

  1. 1. GUERNICAPABLO PICASSO
  2. 2. “ART IS A LIE THAT MAKES US REALIZE THE TRUTH” BY PABLO PICASSO
  3. 3. Pablo Picasso(25th October 1881 – 8th April 1973)
  4. 4. • Blue Period works are mostly tragic.• Most of the paintings are of beggars and rich families.• Elongation of figures is prominent.THE BLUE PERIOD(1901-1904)
  5. 5. • This period shows more compositional strength.• Figures have more solidity , whist retaining both charm and simplicity.THE PINK PERIOD(1904-1906)
  6. 6. • Representation of human in carving and ritual masks.THE AFRICAN PERIOD(1906-1909)
  7. 7. • Developed along with Georges Barque using monochrome brownish and neutral colors.• Took apart objects and analyzed them in terms of their basic shapes.• Synthetic Cubism a further development of the genre.CUBISM(1909-1912)
  8. 8. • Created in response to the bombing of Guernica on 26th April 1937.• A total of 29 planes carrying 250 kilo’s of bomb were dropped and about 1700 people died.• 11ft tall and 25.6ft wide painted in oil on a canvas.• Shades of grey, black and white were used to show darkness and death.
  9. 9. DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE PAINTING
  10. 10. • A woman holding her child killed in war.• The bull symbolizing General Franco.THE BULL, WOMANAND CHILD
  11. 11. • The center is occupied by a horse falling in agony as it had just been run through by a spear.THE CENTRALPYRAMID
  12. 12. • Showing defeat and death.• Stigma sign on the hand symbolizes pain.THE FALLEN WARRIOR - A
  13. 13. • Broken sword again showing defeat.• Flower rising from the hand symbolizes that there is still some hope left.THE FALLEN WARRIOR - B
  14. 14. • A woman, raising her arms in terror is entrapped by fire from above and below.THE FALLINGWOMAN
  15. 15. • A woman who is trying to run away but is being held back.THE FLEEING WOMAN
  16. 16. • A woman floating in from the outside , holding the candle of hope and challenging the light of the bulb.THE WOMAN WITH LAMP
  17. 17. THE HUMAN SKULL THE BULL HEADTHE TWO HIDDEN IMAGES
  18. 18. • The sign of Illuminati’s visible when the hidden lines are emphasized.• Also the bulb represents the all seeing eye and the same concept. THE SIGN OF ILLUMINATIS
  19. 19. • Possible exit on the extreme left side begin guarded by the bull.• Apertures as exits or for lights.POSSIBLE ENTRIES AND EXIT’S
  20. 20. • The attention to detail.• Relaxed hands can be seen of the fleeing woman cause she sense there is still some hope.• Hands clenched of the woman holding her child. TENSION IN THE FIGURES
  21. 21. • Re-creating the whole scenario of the event.• The sounds coming from figures enhancing the agony and pain. SOUNDS FROM THE PAINTING
  22. 22. • The concept of cubism used in this painting.• Creating all the figures and objects from basic shapes.• Creating shapes with different tones of grey. CUBISM AND BASIC GEOMETRIC SHAPES
  23. 23. IMPACT OF BLACK ON WHITE AND WHITE ON BLACK
  24. 24. DIG FOOD & WINEUSE OF NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE SPACES
  25. 25. FLIGHT FINDER CIRCUS OF MAGAZINES CREATING AN IMAGE WITHIN AN IMAGE
  26. 26. USE OF SYMBOLISM IN ARCHITECTURE
  27. 27. • The literal use of lotus flower can be seen easily here.SYMBOLISM IN LITERRAL SENSE
  28. 28. • The use of star is not visible here but is being used figuratively and is hidden within this pentagon.SYMBOLISM IN FIGURATIVE SENSE
  29. 29. USE OF CUBISM IN ARCHITECTURE
  30. 30. The Nursing home by Aires Mateus Architects
  31. 31. USE OF NEGATIVE ANDPOSTIVE IN ARCHITECTURE
  32. 32. LIGHT IN NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE
  33. 33. FORM IN NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE
  34. 34. TADAO ANDO – CHURCH OF LIGHT
  35. 35. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
  36. 36. THE NELSON-ATKINS MUSEUM OF ART
  37. 37. SPACE IN NEGATIVE AND POSTIVE
  38. 38. La Muralla Roja by Ricardo Bofill
  39. 39. CONCLUSION “IF WE START PAYING THIS MUCH ATTENTION TO DETAIL AS MUCH AS PICASSO DID AND THE WAY HE IMPLEMENTED HIS IDEAS, WE CANCREATE WONDERS IN ARCHITECTURE”

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